Cameraman and photojournalist work has some some broad similarities to the military operations. It requires experience, knowhow, concentration, coordination, can often be very exhausting and physically demanding. It is an obvious thought process to compare it to real military trainings. This appears in the great and funny commercial series of Sky Channel.
I meet this question more and more often. People tend to ask it next to photos and other things shared in social media. They not only ask for the likes or thank it in advance but they try to provoke it: “how many likes this picture is worth?”
Using a ladder is a popular method around the world for photographers and cameramen, but you should take care how to use it to avoid accidents.
An interesting and funny project by one of Hungary’s news websites called Vs.hu. This fake docu-reality presents different aspects of every day life in Hungary in the style of the nature documentaries but in a manner to make fun of the situation.
Not so long ago I had a debate on my Hungarian blog about some comments stating that photography is not a profession – or at least many consider it that way. Not so long after it I ran into this funny comic strip. I think What the Duck nailed it again.
Sometimes people sitting or standing in the background can dramatically change a photo…
I often give voice to my complaints on this blog, but I think they are rather critiques, that are not only a side effect of my…
I think it is a one of it’s kind short movie about a one of it’s kind language/cultural problem and the relationship of languages and people speaking (or not speaking) them.
Another funny photographer video spreads aiming at photography camera enthusiasts. Mind bending photography association shows us how an Olympics would look like if photographers would compete each other on the playing field: World Photo Games 2012.
I had to think about it for a while why is May the 4th the Star Wars day. Exactly until I said it out loud in English instead of my native language Hungarian….then I realised how it sounds:
“May the 4th be with you!”